85 With Escudero, he holds a two-man show at the AAP Gallery, Manila. Wins first prize in the watercolor category of the Philippine Orchid Society Painting Contest. Wins first prize in the experimental category and second prize in the woodcut category of the First National Graphic Arts Competition. 1966 Aviado wins a Certificate of Merit in the graphics category of the Shell National Student Art Contest, and third place Shell’s on-the-spot painting competition. 1967 Aviado graduates from the Philippine Women’s University College of Music and Fine Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and an Honorable Mention for Artistic Merit. Holds first one-man show at The Luz Gallery, Makati. Participates in the exhibition, 20 Years of Philippine Art , also at the Luz Gallery. Represents the Philippines in the Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil. 1968 Completes a graduate course in Art Education at the Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School. Represents the Philippines in the Indian Triennale in New Delhi. One-man show at the Print Gallery, Makati. 1969 Receives scholarship in fine arts from the Relaciones Culturales de España. Leaves Manila for Madrid, Spain. Studies Pintura Libre ( painting ) and Grabado ( engraving ) at Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes (San Fernando) in Madrid, Spain. He represents the Philippines in the Paris Biennial, and joins the International Mini-Print Exhibition at the IBM Gallery, New York. One-man show at The Luz Gallery, Makati. 1970 Studies Grabado (engraving), under the guidance of the Sanchez-Toda brothers, at the Escuela Artes Applicadas y Oficios. In-absentia, he is selected for the Thirteen Artists exhibition at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The exhibition theme later develops into the CCP Thirteen Artists Award. Exhibits with Bencab and Rocio Urquijo at the Sala Honda in Cuenca. Participates in the Ibiza Biennale in Spain.